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Baloch Community in UK to hold Protest on 28 & 29 October

A PROTEST WILL BE HELD at THE CUMBERLAND HOTEL, MARBLE ARCH on 28th & 29 October 2017 organised by The Baluch Community UK.

A PROTEST WILL BE HELD On Sunday 29th October from 11am till 3pm at THE CUMBERLAND HOTEL, MARBLE ARCH  organised by The Baluch Community UK.

A plan is to be put forward there on 28th & 29 October 2017 promoting the creation of “The First Chinese Master Community in Pakistan” at Gwadar with the help from Punjabi dominated Pakistan! The first Chinese half billion US dollars colonisation project in Baluchistan.

You are whole heartedly encouraged to attend Sunday 29th October outside Cumberland Hotel to register your opposition against this forced colonisation - “China Pak Hill, Gwadar”. YOUR VOICE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

Baluch are killed or kidnapped by Pakistan security forces in Gwadar and Baluchistan every day.

The government of Pakistan is seizing Baluch land in Gwadar and other fertile areas on the CEPC route.

The Pakistani State is denying the Baluch the basic necessities to live a dignified life - security, clean water, education, right to work and  dignity. The Baluch are being forcefully removed from their ancestral homes by the State. Pakistanis are selling confiscated Baluch lands to The Chinese Communist Party which has already completed a navy and military post on the Mukran shore.

For the sakes of our people and and children PLEASE attend Sunday 29th October outside Cumberland Hotel to register your opposition against this forced colonisation - “China Pak Hill, Gwadar”. YOUR VOICE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

The Baluch Community UK


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